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October 22, 2013

Vol. 3, No. 11

To celebrate its 50th Anniversary, Major Festival Exhibitor the National Academy of Engineeering (NAE) is offering a $25,000 prize for the most inspiring one-to-two minute video, focused anywhere in the time period from 1964-2064, showing how engineering innovations advance human welfare and address societal needs. 

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Don't miss the unforgettable opportunity to meet and hear some of the nation's most phenomenal innovators who are shaping the direction of science and technology today! Sign up now to attend our X-STEM Extreme STEM Symposium next April 24 at the Festival Expo in Washington, DC where these fascinating heroes and trailblazers, in a high-powered all-day experience, are sure to inspire you and your students! Presented by Northrop Grumman Foundation and MedImmune, this hands-on symposium will feature such high-tech visionaries and powerhouses as: Francis Collins, M.D., Ph.D., director of the prestigious National Institutes of Health and the geneticist who led the Human Genome Project to completion; Catherine Mohr, M.D., who is ushering in the next generation of surgical robots; and Kevin Kinsella, whose launching of more than 100 successful high-tech enterprises has made him one of the most hard-charging innovators on the venture capital startup scene!

In college, Melissa Rhoads never dreamed of a biotechnology career at Lockheed Martin but enrolling in subjects she liked allowed her to find a job she loves. When it comes to choosing a career, the answer may be right in front of you. Without realizing it, everyday life may be inspiring your choice.

Festival Sponsor The U.S. Air Force and GOOD are pleased to announce the start of the second project in The Air Force Collaboratory, an interactive online platform that invites STEM-inclined students, educators and innovators to solve some of the Air Force's toughest challenges.

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